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today. >>> physicist stephen hawking is best known for his complex theories about the universe but now has set the twitter universe on fire in a debate about god. hawking became the top trending topic after an excerpt of his new book presented his beliefs that a creator is unnecessary for the universe to exist. his theory is the creation of the universe was an inevitable consequence of the laws of physics to which someone in our newsroom responded, okay, stephen hawking, explain this, how do you make a pair of cute baby pandas? don't answer that. that's between two consenting pandas, but this is a cute pair of baby pandas making their debut at a japanese zoo. brother and sister, three weeks old. they have already quadrupled in weight to a healthy 1.5 pounds each. >>> about that story we did recently about teenagers' addictions to cell phones. it was fairly accusatory. then today came this. two-thirds of adults say the phone is either in or next to the bed at night, though the younger you are the more likely that is. 90% of americans between 18 and 29 curl up with their phones. could th
... until we make this right. >>> noted scientist stephen hawking is facing criticism from religious leaders for his latest books. in excerpts from his newest book printed thursday, hawking says god is not needed for the creation of the universe. he says the big bang was a result of the inevitable laws of science, that physics can explain things without the need for a benevolent creator. today the archbishop of canterbury says physics alone will not settle the question of why there is something rather than nothing. >>> in chicago it's something that young people can believe in. a group of performers is spreading a message of happiness through song. cynthia bowers reports. ♪ >> reporter: rap music often earns its bad rep, but this group is giving rap a whole new spin. ♪ you got the power to change >> reporter: meet chicago's happiness club. >> our message is, we're spreading happiness. we are spreading good vibes all over. ♪ >> reporter: its 50 performers come from different races and neighborhoods. they range in age from 6-year-old dawn butler -- are you a singer? a dancer? >> i'm a da
sitting out the cowboys final preseason game. the announcers were yelling. backup stephen mcgee gets to start as qg against miami 2nd quarter play action. mcgee with the long ball and he hooks up with sam huard for the 43-yard touchdown. dallas wins 27-25, but it's preseason. that doesn't mean jack. raiders visiting the rams in the preseason. sam bradford hooking up with tight end billy bajema for the score, bradford 6-6, 58 yards. 2nd quarter ravens down 14-0. there's an interception but allebee a showoff. then he hesitates at the goal line. that's going to get you some issues with john harbaugh who lets him know. son, let me explain a couple things to you. you want to wear the purple? you don't showcase like that. anyway ravens lose 27-21. >>> nyjer morgan on a heck of a run, last week suspended seven days for hitting a fan with a ball in philly. he's appealing that. saturday he was dropped to eighth in the lineup and ran into cardinals catcher brian anderson own though there was not a throw home. he missed home plate, was called out for contact and separated anderson's shoulder. t
, stephen hayes, it turns out as we reported earlier in the 37 races for governor across the country this november in at least 20 of those states, including massachusetts and iowa, that in some cases republicans, some cases democrats, some cases both have endorsed an arizona-style crackdown on ill leam immigrants. will immigration be a voting issue this november? >> it always threatens to be a voting issue and it rarely is a voting issue. this year could be different. you are seeing candidates embrace arizona, but how many have we seen reported on that says it goes further than arizona? that is happening in wisconsin where i was a couple weeks ago. scott walker, the republican governor says i want arizona-plus and take away public funding from the illegal immigrants. >> it also feeds in a narrative that the federal government has been asleep on the job in terms of immigration and come place sant and folks want -- complacent of the folks wanting to take the government back. it will be an issue. of course, i think the economy is the top issue. but i think some folks will go to voting b
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